Similar to traditional noir detective fiction, there are many social reference in the book revealed the corruption of the society. Like most traditional hardboiled and realistic detective, V.I. Warshawski has the tough guy exterior but also has her own soft spots. Compared to traditional male hardboiled detective, V.I. Warshawski apparently has more female characteristics.
Implying that families might not be the shiny, happy role-players that we all would like to think of, she speaks of the unthinkable, gruesome crimes to the weak, and infirm, of these so-called families. She elaborates with the supposed fact that . "..families get...more dangerous...and dysfunctional (so) they ought to disband," even though she mainly grasps on to media portrayals. All in all, she concludes that we all try to duck away from all ill feelings toward anti-families, yet she does mention hope that come in the form of outside moral help. Ehrenreich asserts that we all, healthy or dysfunctional, need guidance from friends, relatives, and our community so we do not implode; also, in her final plea she emphasizes that we need more gender equality and better child welfare.
A person could bash the scapegoat down repeatedly because they know that the scapegoat cannot fight back, resembling a bully. They blame someone else who is helpless, making it easier for them to constantly bring the said scapegoat down. A vast majority of the people who use scapegoats are aggressive, scared, or have a low self esteem. Aggressive people relieve their anger, therefore they go to scapegoats because scapegoats cannot fight back. Some people use scapegoats to escape fear.
Ellie Boyce A2 English Lit Essay 'Many critics have commented that the creature is ultimately a character with whom we sympathize’ Explore Mary Shelley’s presentation of the ‘creature’ in light of this view. There are opposing arguments to this view, some believe that the creature is a vulnerable misjudged character, whose violent actions and murderous decisions are a result of his neglected creation and rejection from society. However some critics think that the creature knows his actions are immoral because of his discussion of benevolence, and that his choice to murder a child is monstrous and he cannot be sympathized with. Therefore, to begin it is known that some readers sympathizes with the monster at a very early stage, beginning at his birth/creation as he is described in a very childlike way and is immediately rejected by his ‘father’ Victor Frankenstein. ‘His jaws opened, and he muttered some inarticulate sounds, while a grin wrinkled his cheeks”.
The Possibility of Evil Evil exists everywhere in the world and especially in the human race. According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary evil means “morally reprehensible: sinful or wicked.” Within the short story “The Possibility of Evil” by Shirley Jackson Miss. Strangeworth’s comportment can be deduced as evil. Yet if the reader were to construe Miss. Strangeworth’s actions the reader would find that Miss.
In a world full of fears, perhaps the worst one a human being should haveis that to be afraid of his fellow man. The human that should be mostfeared is the one that has Anti-Social Personality Disorder or in laymen’sterms the psychopath. The psychopath is probably the most deviant mindthat exists and treatment is not very successful because there is not a cureor drug to control it. The solution in my mind to control the problem ofsociopaths is to let them live in colonies with each other. Through myresearch I will develop an understanding of this personality disorder andconvince you the reader that my solution might be a viable solution.
Nazis: Torturers or Victims? "If only there were evil people somewhere insidiously committing evil deeds, and it were necessary only to separate them from the rest of us and destroy them," quoted Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, "but the line dividing good and evil cuts through the heart of every human being … it is after all only because of the way things worked out that they were the executioners and we weren’t." The experiments on obedience to authority conducted by Yale university psychologist Stanley Milgram confirmed the thoughts of Solzhenitsyn by proving, sadly, that at least 65% of everyday human beings could be initiated into behaving in ways that might lead to killing innocent victims. In fact, we all feel contempt before acts of inhumanity like the Holocaust, and it is convenient to attribute horrors
If we choose the path to evil then evil will consume us in our lives. We are made in Gods image but left to endure the temptation of evil and the tricks the devil has in store for us to test our faith and make us question our beliefs. We see some people as perfect and others as corrupt without really knowing what is inside a person’s soul. Either because of the way they perceive themselves to the world or because of the actions that we see ourselves. We are all guilty at one point or another of looking at the exterior of people and labeling them as what they appear to be from the outside looking in.
La’Toyrious Granville Mrs. Sharon Cargill English 12 20 February 2013 Racial Profiling Racial Profiling is mentally segregating and it disunites the U.S.A because it permits negative aspects to every race. In the U.S. it is acceptable to embrace foundations and establishments like BET, Black Entertainment Television, and/or The Chinese District, For example, but what if these titles were revised to WET, White Entertainment Television or The Iraqi District? Would these organizations be appropriate or racially disgraceful? From any standpoint it is mental segregation. Programs like the previously listed instills the negative trait of racial profiling into child before he or she has any idea of what racial profiling is, it programs them to judge and make race a chief factor when it should not be (Psycho 1).
When Shelly is trying to put out the problems of the Enlightenment such as individual’s to know things that are unknown, Victor takes the spotlight when he is messing with life and death. By showing that everyone has some evil in them it shows that some parts of the Enlightenment could be used against people. The collapse of the Enlightenment thinkers was on the verge when people continued to have reasoning for things weather they were right or wrong. I see this novel as a human and a monster who just both want to be loved in the wrong